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Berry welcomes new faculty members to campus

This year, the Berry campus welcomes an influx of new staff and faculty members to accommodate the sizable freshman class.

Anti-mandate rally held in Rome over the weekend

On Friday, Sept. 3, several Floyd County community members, including an abundance of healthcare workers and Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, gathered at the levee footpath in Heritage Park to participate in an “anti-mandate” protest.

Rebranding begins across campus buildings

Berry administration has begun rolling out the final phase of a rebranding campaign that updates Berry’s online and on-campus appeal.

Surviving freshman year: upperclassmen and professors share stories and advice

Arielle Fischer. features editor The freshman year of college can be one of the most intimidating experiences in someone’s life. New students may feel alienated and anxious during their first few months on campus, not […]

Student athletes set to follow updated SAA guidelines

The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) recently announced their updated policies related to COVID-19 precautions and guidelines in order to ensure that athletes are able to compete in the safest possible conditions.

Anonymity is dead unless we intervene

Everyone has had times when being unrecognizable is an advantage.

The involvement fair has returned

The Campus Life and Student Involvement Fair had its comeback last Fri. Aug. 27, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Krannert Ballroom and on Krannert Lawn.

Take advantage of attractions on campus

Berry College is home to 27,000 acres of fields, forests and bodies of water. With all this space, there are many recreational things one should do before they graduate. 

“How to Train Your Dragon” is the best movie series

The first movie is set in a world where the people of Berk hate dragons and follows a boy from Berk, Hiccup, who finds an injured dragon. Hiccup works to change the minds of his people while also forming a bond with his new dragon, Toothless. 

Our View: Combat misinformation by thinking critically

In mid-July, President Biden spoke very bluntly about the threat of misinformation being spread online, saying that social media companies such as Facebook were “killing people.”